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2015 Bond Issue Election Jenks Public Schools: Growing With Excellence Election Date : Tuesday, February 10, 2015 Polling Places : Regular Voting Precincts Tulsa County Election Board: (918) 596-5780 Polls Open : 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Proposal : To vote on bond issues totaling $120,400,000 for the following purposes: Central Campus Cafeteria Expansion & Kitchen Remodel . . . read more
Congratulations to Vincent Iannazzo, son of Lonnie and Marilyn Iannazzo. Vincent is the January Senior of the Month and a proud Jenks-Lifer. Vincent is an active member in National Honor Society, Student Council, Drug-Free Youth, Trojan Link, and the Italian-American Club. He also is an integral part of the award winning JHS Debate team. . . . read more
FIRST is an acronym for ‘For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology’ and was started by Dean Kamen (inventor of the Segway and a portable dialysis machine) and Woodie Flowers (a professor at MIT) back in 1992. They envisioned a technology showcase for students that incorporated the gaming and . . . read more
Annual Notice of Bullying Policy
Per the legislative mandate embodied in the School Safety and Bullying Prevention Act, 70 OKLA. STAT. § 24-100.2 et seq., Jenks Public Schools expects students to refrain from bullying. Bullying is expressly forbidden and students who bully are subject to disciplinary consequences as outlined in the district’s policy on student behavior. Jenks Public Schools Policy 3.33, Student Bullying, may be found in the Jenks Public Schools Policies and Procedures Handbook, in all student handbooks, or by clicking the “Bullying Policy” quick link found on the JPS District Homepage.
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